Filson Mackinaw Cap - Men's

Filson Mackinaw Cap - Men's
Filson Mackinaw Cap - Men's
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Mackinaw Cap - Men's by Filson
Made of water-resistant and warm wool, the Filson Mackinaw Cap keeps your head warm whether you're wandering the streets or wading through chilly marshes in search of mallards, and it has an insulated crown and fold-down ear flaps for a little extra insulation.

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SKU: FSN0040
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